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daze

 (dāz)
tr.v. dazed, daz·ing, daz·es
1. To stun or bewilder, as with a heavy blow or shock; stupefy: "He fell with a thud that dazed him" (Jean Toomer).
2. To dazzle, as with strong light.
n.
A stunned or bewildered condition: The news left us all in a daze.

[Middle English dasen, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse dasask, to become weary.]

dazed

(deɪzd)
adj
1. in a state of stunned confusion or shock
2. (Medicine) in a state of stunned confusion or shock
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.dazed - in a state of mental numbness especially as resulting from shock; "he had a dazed expression on his face"; "lay semiconscious, stunned (or stupefied) by the blow"; "was stupid from fatigue"
confused - mentally confused; unable to think with clarity or act intelligently; "the flood of questions left her bewildered and confused"
2.dazed - stunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion)
lethargic, unenrgetic - deficient in alertness or activity; "bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights"

dazed

adjective shocked, stunned, confused, staggered, baffled, at sea, bewildered, muddled, numbed, dizzy, bemused, perplexed, disorientated, flabbergasted (informal), dopey (slang), groggy (informal), stupefied, nonplussed, light-headed, flummoxed, punch-drunk, woozy (informal), fuddled By the end of the interview I was dazed and exhausted.
Translations
مَذْهول، غائِبٌ عن وَعْيِه
omráčenýotupělýzmatený
fortumletforvirret
asombradoen estado de confusiónen estado de shock
dasaîur
omámený
afallamışsersemlemiş

dazed

[deɪzd] ADJ (= confused) → aturdido

dazed

[ˈdeɪzd] adj (mentally)étourdi(e); (physically)étourdi(e)

dazed

adjbenommen

daze

(deiz) verb
to make confused (eg by a blow or a shock). She was dazed by the news.
noun
a bewildered or absent-minded state. She's been going around in a daze all day.
dazed adjective
confused (by a blow etc). He came in looking dazed with shock.

dazed

adj aturdido, atarantado, mareado; to become — aturdirse, atarantarse
References in classic literature ?
He called for the drinks, and, still dazed and pondering, held up his own arm, and looked at it as at some new strange thing.
He was knocked to the canvas backwards, and sideways, was punched in the clinches and in the break-aways--stiff, jolty blows that dazed his brain and drove the strength from his muscles.
But dazed by the force of the movement, it was long before people understood this.
All day he had gone about his work like one dazed by a blow.
Edna still felt dazed when she got outside in the open air.
As my dazed faculties cleared I observed that the body was in evening dress; the overcoat thrown wide open revealed the dress-coat, the white tie, the broad expanse of shirt front pierced by the sword.
He tried to rush to the door, but he was too dazed, and fell against the wall.
Working in his shirt sleeves, and with the thermometer at over a hundred, the phosphates soaked in through every pore of Jurgis' skin, and in five minutes he had a headache, and in fifteen was almost dazed.
He had never been driven to extremities before, and he was so dazed that he did not know what to do.
His head and arms and shoulders ached, the small of his back ached, - he ached all over, and his brain was heavy and dazed.
After a particularly fierce blow, he crawled to his feet, too dazed to rush.
and certainly the reading and sewing lessons found her at their conclusion each day somewhat dazed and wholly exhausted.